Support » Plugins and Hacks » [Plugin: WP Super Cache] Can I bypass ‘ Not caching wp-admin requests.’

  • Hi all!

    I want to use AskApache Crazy Cache.
    But WP Super Cache blocks this action (see log line below):
    19:41:36 /wp-admin/options-general.php?page=askapache-crazy-cache.php Not caching wp-admin requests.

    Is there any way to work around this?

    Thanks in advance and take care.
    Dre from Holland.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/

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  • I’m on it.. its about time for an upgrade.. once I get AskApache online (dreamhost terminated my whole account without warning) ill get the upgrade Out around the 6th. Any other feature requests?

    And could you email me more log output webmaster@askapache.com

    I don’t recommend using the Crazy Cache script – a lot of hosting companies hate when accounts have thousands of temporary files lying about. Makes restoring from backup really hard.
    I received a very irate email from someone at a major hosting company because several of his accounts had 50,000+ wp-cache files.

    Anyway, there’s no point generating a cache file for a page that will never be visited.

    Those are some good points donncha, this is a niche type of plugin that isn’t for all sites.

    I’ve been going over the w3-cache plugin with the author, and it may render this plugin redundant.

    It’s such neat code though that I’m sure we can find a use for it.

    It works really well for small blogs like AskApache.com, which has around 300 pages and gets 10k visitors/day avg. But I personally don’t use wp-cache, I prefer the leaner hyper-cache (plugin) method.

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